Taking Care Of Business

Whether you own a retail shop, restaurant, hotel chain or large office complex, window films provide business owners and facility managers with an economical way to improve their bottom line. Not only does window film enhance building appearance and improve occupant comfort, it dramatically increases energy efficiency – reducing operating expenses year after year.

Improved Efficiency & Comfort

By rejecting up to 77 percent of the sun’s total solar energy, window films for commercial applications help reduce energy bills. Additionally, comfort levels will be significantly improved with the reduction of uncomfortable hot spots and annoying glare. You’ll see an immediate return on your investment plus, your employees and customers will thank you.

Reduced Fading

The sun’s ultraviolet is a major contributor to the fading of draperies, carpets and storefront display items. That’s why you need window films. They reject almost 100 percent of the suns harmful and damaging ultraviolet light, helping to prolong the life of your furnishings and valuables.

Increased Safety

Window films provide an increased measure of shatter resistance to windows and glass doors because the film and it’s special mounting adhesive helps hold glass fragments in place. However, if safety and security are paramount concerns, Solar Shade Tint also offers BombBlastTint – tough, shatter resistant window films. Including films for graffiti, and films that help prevent the ‘smash and grab’ thefts of retail stores. All of our films are professionally installed with minimal disturbance to business or office routine.

Improved Appearance

Regardless of architectural design, window films installed on commercial buildings are the most cost-effective way to rejuvenate a property’s exterior appearance. A variety of shades, colors and performance levels are available and can easily be coordinated with a property’s interior or exterior for a more contemporary look.

Samples of Our Work

Downtown Ventura Installation

Midtown Installations

Graffiti Film